The conspiracy to destroy Sanatan Dharma is the beginning of the Dharmayuddh! – Sadguru Nilesh Singbal, Dharmapracharak, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Hindu Rashtra-Jagruti Sabha by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti at Tarna (Uttar Pradesh)

(From left) Mrs. Prachi Juvekar and Sadguru Nilesh Singbal (speaking)

Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) : Conspiracy to destroy Sanatan Dharma is strengthening by the day. The movement to establish an Islamic nation in India is intensifying with ‘Sar Tan Se Juda’ slogans (calls for beheading). This is the beginning of the Dharmayuddh. The victory in this Dharmayuddh will be achieved only by effective unification and establishment of Hindu Rashtra. Therefore, there is a need for Hindus to wake up and unite, asserted Sadguru Nilesh Singbal, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Dharmapracharak. He was speaking during the ‘Hindu Rashtra-Jagruti Sabha’ organized by the Samiti at Sharada Mangalam Vatika in Tarna, Uttar Pradesh. This Sabha was organized by the former head of Chamav village in Varanasi, Mr Jaiprakash Singh. This Sabha received an overwhelming response from the people of the village.

Sadguru Singbal further said, “No action is taken against those who destroy Sanatan Dharma. On the contrary, Hindu temples are being run by such people. Lakhs of acres of temple land are being acquired by the government. Now the Hindu society has to forget the petty differences amongst themselves, unite, and revive the Dharmik and cultural traditions. The desire for a Hindu Rashtra, which lies latent in the Hindu organizations, has to be awakened. Also the youth has to come forward for the mission of nation building.

Mrs Prachi Juvekar of Sanatan Sanstha spoke on ‘how to increase spiritual strength in oneself for the establishment of the Hindu Rashtra’.


In a follow-up meeting to decide the future direction, a signature campaign for advocates to act against those who are trying to destroy Sanatan Dharma and to organize such Sabhas in every village to create awareness among Hindus were planned.

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